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210       XIII    INTEGRATION

3.    (a)   Let p be a positive measure on a locally compact space X, and let A be a /x-integ-
rable set such that /x(A) > 0. Suppose that, for each /z-integrable subset B of A, we
have either /x(B) = 0 or ju,(B) = ju,(A). Show that there exists a point a e A such
that (Ji({a}) = ju(A). (Consider the intersection of the compact sets K <= A such that
^(K) = fi(A): show that it is not empty, has measure equal to ju,(A) and consists of a
single point.)

(b) Suppose that ju is a diffuse measure. For each p-integrable set A such that
/x(A) > 0 and each e > 0, show that there exists a ju,-integrable subset B of A such
that 0 < ju,(B) <i e (use (a) to show that there exists an integrable subset C of A
such that 0 < ju,(C) ^ £ju(A)). Deduce that, as B runs through the set of /x-integrable
subsets of A, the set of values of ju,(B) is the closed interval [0, /x(A)]. (For each real
number b such that 0 < b < ft(A), let c be the least upper bound of the measures of
measurable subsets C of A such that /z(C) <; b. Show that c = b by using the preceding
result, and then show that there exists an increasing sequence (Cn) of measurable
subsets of A such that lim ju-(Cn) = b.)

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4.    (a)   Let v be a positive atomic measure on a locally compact space X, and let A be
a v-integrable subset of X. Show that the set of values of v(B), as B runs through
the set of v-integrable subsets of A, is closed in R. (Let P be the smallest set carry-
ing v. Assuming that A n P is infinite, and arranging the points of A n P in a
sequence (*„), consider the mapping y of the product space {0, 1}N into R defined
by 9(0= S £nv({xn})t and show that 99 is continuous.)

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(b)    Deduce from (a) and Problem 3(b) that if JJL is any positive measure on X and if A
is a /Lc-integrable subset of X, then the set of values of ju,(B), as B runs through the set of
/A-integrable subsets of A, is closed in R. Extend this result to the situation where /x
is any real measure on X.

(c)    Deduce from Problem 3(b) that if /u, is a diffuse real measure on X, then the set of
values of /u(A) = ^+(A) — /x~(A), where A runs through the set of | p, \ -integrable sub-
sets of X, is a closed (possibly unbounded) interval of R.

(d)    Give an example of an atomic positive measure v on a locally compact, non-
compac.t space X, such that the set of values of v(A), where A runs through the set of
v-integrable subsets of X, is not closed in R. (Take v so that inf v({x}) > 0.)

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5.   (a)   Let X be a compact space and ju, =£ 0 a diffuse positive measure on X. Let (/„)
be a total orthonormal sequence in «^c(X> ju). Show thatj] |/nt*)|2 = 4-00 for almost

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all xeX. (Argue by contradiction, using Problem 3(b), Bessel's inequality, and the
Cauchy-Schwarz inequality for series: show that there would exist a measurable set B
with measure >0 and arbitrarily small, contained in the set of points x such that
£ \fn(x)\z < +00, such that, if cn = ((pB !/„), the series £ cnfn(x) converges almost

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everywhere in B to a function < J-; then observe that by virtue of the hypothesis that
the sequence (/„) is total, together with Parseval's identity, we have

lim f |1 - sn(x)\2 4t(x) = 0,       where   sn = £ ckfk .

«-*oo JB                                                                              fc=l

Hence obtain a contradiction.)

(b)   Under the same hypotheses, show that there exists a sequence (bn) of scalars such

that lim bn = 0 and £ |6,,|2|/n(x)|2 = 4-00 almost everywhere. (Use EgorofFs theoremby translation (cf. (14.1)).ting of a single point is closed,